Yeah, about what you'd expect from a crazy shut in in Wyoming. Very full of himself, he's been the only constant on the show. Nobody seems to be able to work with him for very long, and that's pretty telling. It also destroys the continuity of the show. A big chunk of the episodes are him hocking the latest BS app he's crapped out, and playing with it on air, another is that one dude who stripped at the Libertarian convention laughing loudly for minutes on end about something that is not even funny.
Then you have the random new co-hosts, if you can even call them that. If you're going to talk into a microphone on the airwaves (yeah, somehow he got on radio...) for that long, you should at least have something interesting to say, or be entertaining. Instead, you'll be subjected to Michael playing you music from his past and him reliving the glory days, and seeking compliments from his acolytes he's brought to the show with him for the evening, rambling about some happening in the fringe an-cap movement, and no payoff to the episodes. The "hosts" talk into the cutoffs for the breaks, they often reference the conversation during the commercial breaks we never hear, and when the cohosts are on their own, Michael will often drop in, and interrupt things, yet somehow manage to make the show even less interesting.
He even used to have people call in, when he ran an actually entertaining show. At least in the podcast only days, there was some swearing to cover for the lack of actual content. Oh, and don't forget how many times they screw with audio levels and the like while trying to produce a "show." There are no segments, there is no organization, and it's all just background noise. It's a conversation I would find myself walking away from were I a party to it in my daily life.
The flash in the pan that was this show has long fizzled out.